It's clear to me now that my questions have been mere child's play for the two Notes from Memphis Advanced Readers. They both responded correctly to the second tiebreak question. The answer from today's earlier question (see previous post) is: "A little interesting note about this building is the mosaic high up on the facade. You would miss it unless you were on the other side of the street. The building, built in 1912, originally housed the Puck Grocery and Warehouse. So the mosaic is of Puck, a character from Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Puck is a sprite, an elf, a knave."
I have probably insulted both of them with my pedestrian inquiries. It is apparent that a seriously perplexing question must come forth and it shall be in the form of a riddle. Here we go:
Memphistanista has appeared in print and press, in which two places you must guess.
So, Memphis Sarah and Anonymous K&M, email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org